This is a collaborative post by Ellie Jo about ergonomic products.
What is Ergonomics?
Ergonomics is a word you may have heard when it comes to describing the best kinds of furniture for an office. It’s not just about comfort though; ergonomics is a true science, and something that, when utilized in the right way, can make a huge amount of difference in terms of productivity and health and safety within a workplace.
Ergonomics brings together a wide range of different factors including knowledge of physics, anatomy, engineering, psychology, physiology, and statistics to create the ideal working environment. Chairs, desks, footrests, wrist rests, and more can all be ergonomically designed to ensure that those using them are able to work without pain and discomfort.
When it comes to the all-important office chair, many people don’t consider the headrest element. They think about the seat, of course, and the armrests, and how the chair works with the desk the employee is using, and whether or not that employee can put their feet flat on the ground when seated, and these are all important things to consider. However, forgetting about the headrest can undo all the other good decisions that are made.
To determine just what kind of office chair you might need to invest in, and why a headrest should be part of it, the following infographic will give you some interesting answers.
10 Reasons to Choose Ergonomic Office Chair Headrest
Infographic Designed By Autonomous